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The Tech Between Us Podcast

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In this episode, we chat with Mark Himelstein, CTO of RISC-V International to discuss the past, present, and future potential of RISC-V and its rapidly expanding ecosystem. Then explore more from our sponsor partners SIFive and Seeed.

Meet the Experts

Raymond Yin

Podcast Host and Director of Technical Content at Mouser Electronics

Mark Himelstein

CTO of RISC-V Alliance

Standardized Open-Source Processor Architecture

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RISC-V is an open specification for an Instruction Set Architecture (ISA). This instruction set approach with RISC-V eliminates the need to learn and create unique development ecosystems for each processor's architecture.

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Then, Now and Next: RISC-V

Catch up on the tech landscape of RISC-V – where we were, where we are, and where we are going.


Combining RISC-V and FPGA Offers New Design Solutions

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The advent of the RISC-V instruction set has given the design engineer a solid basis for system design with a standard core and standard or custom extensions using an FPGA. The instruction set is both open and frozen, and processor designs will continue to work well even as RISC-V evolves.

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Gateway Implementations with RISC-V

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The Industrial Internet of Things and its use cases that implement gateways and routers expands every day. The Terasic T-Core FPGA MAX 10 Development Board can be a catalyst for that expansion.

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The RISC-V Ecosystem

Engineers employ a variety of software and hardware development tools to create an embedded application.

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enrolled in RISC-V
online courses

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Grew community



RiSC-V cores
in 2021

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